Saturday, February 22, 2020

Justin Trudeau makes an impressive recovery



Well that was fast. After initially dropping the ball on the natural gas blockade, Justin Trudeau recovered the ball and ran with it. Right into the end zone. Well played.

Justin Trudeau said enough is enough. It's time for the blockade to come down. They served the blockade the court order and on Friday they sent in the riot police to enforce the injunction. That's when the protesters said see ya later. It was that simple. Alberta did the same. They need to do the same thing in Ontario and Saskatchewan as well. It's that simple.

The Ontario blockade came down after several arrests were made. That is the right thing to do. Smaller blockades are cropping up but are resulting in arrests which is the right thing to do. People have the right to protest but they don't have the right to prevent people from going to work. We need to confront the spoilt brat me first millennials. That is in their best interest.

Green Justice calls for the Canadian Rangers to Keep the Peace

Marion Tiljoe Shepherd, a member of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation in northwestern British Columbia, spoke at a recent community event in support of the natural gas pipeline Wednesday and said to the protesters: “Go away. I want them to leave. It’s none of their business.” That's what she told CBC following the event. “All of these protesters don’t have the right to close down railways and ships. It’s not right.”

People have a right to protest but they don't have the right to stop other people from going to work. They don't have the right to break the law. Jagmeet Singh believes in lawlessness and anarchy. I do not. Jagmeet Singh believes in the legalization of all drugs. I do not. If Justin Trudeau leans towards Andrew Sheer and away from Jagmeet Singh, then the country will be in good hands. That balance will preserve peace and prosperity.

Natural gas is a huge step forward for the environment. The industrial coal plants in Germany and China are the biggest sources of CO2 emissions on the planet. Replacing those with natural gas will result in a colossal reduction in world CO2 emissions.



China is reversing it's coal phase out. They are even starting to build more industrial coal plants around the world. China is building or planning more than 300 coal plants in places as widely spread as Turkey, Vietnam, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Egypt and the Philippines. If these mental cases gave a rat's a*s about the environment, they' be talking about that. China is even reversing it's position of replacing home heating with natural gas. That decision is having a horrific effect on CO2 emissions and the environment.

You want to burn coal to generate electricity instead of natural gas or build hydro electric dams. You are f*cking stupid. Greta Thunberg is a freak. I do not support her.



The Oppenheimer Rape camp are not environmentalists. They're just mental. They do not support the Wet'suwet'en people. I do. If a couple of hereditary chiefs from a small tribe refuse to listen to their own elders and their own clan members, then f*ck them. They want the white man to help them oppress their people. That is ridiculous. We support democracies not dictatorships.

The Oppenheimer Rape camp needs to be shut down. The city needs to enforce the court order. F*ck the parks board. We need to uphold the law. That is what we need to do.

Surrey had the same problem. After the NDP provided housing for the people on the Surrey Strip the police said it's time for you to leave. You either take the housing or leave. A handful of anarchists defiantly refused the housing and said we're not leaving. That's when they outed themselves. Up until that time the claimed they were poverty advocates wanting housing. When the Provincial government called their bluff and gave them housing they said we don't want it. That exposed their real agenda. They didn't want housing, they wanted lawlessness.

The police said take the housing or leave. They enforced the law. That problem has now been solved. Vancouver needs to do the same thing in Oppenheimer park. That lawlessness needs to come to an end. Rape and public drug use with all the violent crime serves no one.

I will also take this opportunity to say that Justin's father, Pierre Elliott Trudeau was a pillar in Canadian history. He wasn't a one trick pony like Joe Clark, who pulled off a minority government for a year until he raised gas taxes and fell to a non confidence vote. Pierre Elliott Trudeau was the Prime minister of Canada from 1968 to 1984, with a brief period as Leader of the Opposition, from 1979 to 1980. His tenure of 15 years and 164 days makes him Canada's third longest-serving Prime Minister, behind William Lyon Mackenzie King and John A. Macdonald.

He led us through a national crisis, confronted the FLQ and gave us the Charter of Rights. That sacred document is something every Canadian can be proud of and should have hanging on their wall. Stephen Harper hated the Charter of Rights because he was not a Conservative, he was a Corporate Communist. Harper was a public enemy of civil liberty. Harper called Pierre Elliott Trudeau a Communist but Pierre Elliott Trudeau didn't sell our oil rights to Communist China, Stephen Harper did. Pierre Elliott Trudeau defended civil liberty in Canada and entrenched that protection into law. Stephen Harper did everything he could to destroy it.

Pierre Elliott Trudeau had one flaw. He over spent and created excessive debt. Brian Mulroney and Stephen Harper weren't much better. Aside from that, his tenure was flawless. Now we all understand that unnecessary debt is not good. The trickle down economy does not work. The government is not responsible to create jobs. The government is responsible to reduce taxes so business can thrive. That's what Ireland did. When the people are working, the tax revenue increases. We will have everything we need if we can only conquer greed.

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